England have called in Bath tighthead prop David Wilson to their Elite Player Squad for the November clashes with Fiji, Australia, the Boks and All Blacks.
The front-row, who won the last of his 19 caps against Romania in RWC 2011, replaces Matt Stevens, who recently retired from internationals.
Wilson's place in the Saxons squad has been given to Saracens prop Mako Vunipola, but Stuart Lancaster has not yet replaced Ben Foden.
"The three sides we are playing from the Rugby Championship all play very differently," Lancaster said when asked about the upcoming games.
"We are going to have to have a different gameplan to suit each side we play and adapt from game to game.
"New Zealand are the form side but they have been pushed, not only in the summer by Ireland, but also Argentina and South Africa in the last Test.
"There are some great challenges coming around the corner and it is great to benchmark ourselves."